14:15 Thirsk Tue 12 June 2018
Unraced gelded son of Es Que Love bought for €36,000 last September. Half-brother to a couple of winners and worth a check in the market on debut.
Green prior to finishing 12L fourth over this trip at Chester (good) on debut last month. Likely more needed in this contest.
Unraced son of Elzaam purchased for £30,000 at the sales as a yearling. Half-brother to a number of winners and is an interesting contender on debut.
Placed on both starts so far most recently when 1L second over 5f at Beverley (good-to-firm) last month. Gelded since that effort and one to note upped in trip.
Unraced son of Alhebayeb was bought for 26,000 gns as a yearling. Half-brother to a dual winner and represents a leading stable on debut.
Finished a close third at Redcar (5f, good-to-firm) when making his debut in a 15 runner contest last month. One for the shortlist stepping up in distance.
Unraced Zebedee colt purchased for €26,000 at the sales last autumn. Full-brother to a winning sprinter and market support would be interesting on debut.
Unraced son of Champs Elysees was an €18,000 purchase last year. Bred to appreciate further and probably best watched on debut.
Unraced Elzaam colt went through the ring for £15,000 at the breeze-up sales in April. Interesting to see how he fares on debut.
Unraced Elzaam colt was a 15,000 gns purchase at the breeze-up sales last month. Half-brother to a number of winners and market support would be notable on debut.
Unraced son of Zebedee cost connections £15,000 at the sales last year. Half-brother to a couple of useful performers most notably Ryehill Dreamer. Interesting runner on debut.
Unraced daughter of Dandy Man bought for £6,000 at the breeze-up sales two months ago. Probably best watched on her debut.
Last Year's Winner
|3||Another Day Of Sun||2||9-0||5/6||Full Result|
|T: M R ChannonJ: S De Sousa|
I Believe In You (7/2), Ahlan Bil Emarati (7/2), Call Him Al (4/1), Smoki Smoka (7/1), You Never Can Tell (8/1), Prince Elzaam (12/1), Hafeet Alain (14/1), Coco Motion (25/1), Magic Groove (33/1), One To Go (40/1), Wontgetfooledagen (40/1), Our Secret (100/1)
- Call Him Al
- Ahlan Bil Emarati
- Prince Elzaam
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